Wilders’ trial judges unprepared for media pressure

21 01 2011

From DutchNews.nl:

The three judges hearing the inciting hatred case against PVV leader Geert Wilders which collapsed last year were unprepared for the media pressure surrounding the case, according to an independent report into the debacle.

The judges were not sufficiently aware of the intense scrutiny they would come under from politicians, the media and on internet, the report, commissioned by the Amsterdam justice department, said. The trial of the MP was broadcast live on television.

The trial collapsed late October last year after a string of irregularities which legal officials said could be deemed prejudicial to Wilders.

The collapse, following a second challenge from Wilders’ legal team, had a serious effect on the three judges, who felt their integrity had been called into question, the report said.

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3 responses

23 01 2011

Like they thought they could simply continue being traitorous, collusive with our stated, avowed enemy – Islam, twisting and lying and insinuating, attributing the vileness of what is in the Quran instead, to the one who stood up to defend us against it.

thank Yah for Bram Moskowtiz, and Geert our defenders of life, freedom and safety to live in our own lands without fear of murder in our streets anymore.

27 01 2011
Steynian 435 « Free Canuckistan!

[…] DEFEND GEERT WILDERS– Wilders’ trial judges unprepared for media pressure; Europe’s main far-right parties […]

29 01 2011
Ingrid, Worldwide Infidel Alliance

Give up your stupid lies, Farukh. No one buys your insane hatred based on your quran or your evil pedophile (child-rapist) prophet Mohammed.

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